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Snake, rattle, and roll: Investigating the snakes that live in the Bosque along the Middle Rio GrandeAuthor(s): Heather Bateman; Alice Chung-MacCoubrey; Deborah Finch
Source: The Natural Inquirer (Wildland Fire Edition). 13: 58-66.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionAfter an area has been changed by human or natural disturbances, forest managers often engage in restoration activities. In the Bosque, fire is both a human and a natural disturbance. This is because most fires in the Bosque are started by humans. Restoration activities are things that forest managers do to the land to help an area resemble how it functioned in the past.
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CitationBateman, Heather; Chung-MacCoubrey, Alice; Finch, Deborah. 2010. Snake, rattle, and roll: Investigating the snakes that live in the Bosque along the Middle Rio Grande. The Natural Inquirer (Wildland Fire Edition). 13: 58-66.
Keywordssnakes, restoration, fire, the Bosque, Middle Rio Grande
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